Drilling is the word we used to describe repetitive grammar practice. Use the flashcards below to practice forming the opposite of each sentence- if it’s positive, change it to negative and vice versa. You can also change the sides of the flashcards in the “options” setting.
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Question 1 of 5
I have an appointment with the doctor _____ MondayCorrect
Question 2 of 5
We always visit the family _______ ChristmasCorrect
Question 3 of 5
You’d better leave now, her train arrives ______ ten O’ClockCorrect
Question 4 of 5
I’ve got a lot of work to do _____ the morning, but it will be quieter _____ the afternoonCorrect
Question 5 of 5
The only thing I don’t like about being a bar tender is working ____ nightCorrect
Word of the day: sort out
To organise so things are orderly:
“I need to sort out all these papers on my desk”
To find a solution to a problem:
“I sorted out the problem with the late deliveries.”
Word of the day: grow up
the process of getting bigger until you become an adult
“My children have all grown up and left home”
“Stop acting like a child – why don’t you grow up for once?”
The verb ‘to grow’ has several meanings, all connected to increasing size but be careful not to use the preposition ‘up’ in these examples:
“Sales grew by thirty percent year” (Not “grew up”)
“I grow tomatoes on my balcony” (=I plant them and help them grow)